25 March, FACS place black plastic around the Phillip Room windows
9 May, FACS install cyclone-wire fences at Sirius
6 April, NSW Land and Environment Court Hearing
8-16 June, This Is Sirius exhibition in the Annie Wyatt Room, National Trust Centre, Observatory Hill.
1 July, Jack Mundey receives Presidents Prize from NSW Australian Institute of Architects President, Andrew Nimmo.
3 July, Sirius rock posters designed by Peter Chadwick appear around Sydney
25 July, NSW Land and Environment Court Acting Justice Simon Molesworth rules in favour of the Millers Point Community Association stating ‘It is clear that the Minister side-stepped the required assesment’ and the original decision had no legal standing. The decision orders the Minister to remake the decision according to the law.
17 October, Sirius placed on watch list for the World Monuments Fund for 2018, a list that recognises significant heritage sites around the world. Sirius is only the second site to be nominated in Australia.
24 October, New Minister for Heritage Gabrielle Upton denies Sirius heritage listing again, after being ordered to remake the decision.
8 November, Sirius book written by Save Our Sirius members Ben Peake, John Dunn and Amiera Piscopo is released at an event at Kinokuniya, and officially launched by Lord Mayor Clover Moore.
7 December, Savills For Sale sign goes up outside Sirius, Pru Goward visits building for press conference where she confronts Myra for the first time. Draft SEPP for Sirius is released.